Published Friday, 25 November 2011
The match will take place at Croke Park in Dublin on Friday.
The two teams have played each other every year since 2002, however, the game will be the first held at GAA headquarters in Dublin.
Republican Sinn Fein plan to hold a protest outside the ground as the match is taking place.
Communications officer at the GAA, Alan Milton, said there will be one official photographer allowed, from the Gardai magazine.
"We take the guidance of people who are better taking those judgement calls than we are," he said.
"There are obviously concerns from some about what is happening today,' he added.
The police squads are playing for the McCarthy Cup, named after Thomas St George McCarthy, a 19th century RIC officer who helped found the Association in 1884.
A ban on British security forces playing Gaelic games was lifted in 2001.
The PSNI have welcomed the opportunity to play their counterparts at Croke Park.
"Both teams have met on a number of previous occasions and this game will give us another opportunity to test our skills and abilities. We have been training hard and I am optimistic that we will be able to put our tactics to the test," said PSNI Superintendent Gerry Murray.